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Shiding Cao, Shusen Huo, Aipeng Guo, Ke Qin, Yongli Xie, Zhigang Meng, "Numerical Simulation Research on the Stability of Urban Underground Interchange Tunnel Group", Mathematical Problems in Engineering, vol. 2021, Article ID 9913509, 13 pages, 2021. https://doi.org/10.1155/2021/9913509

Numerical Simulation Research on the Stability of Urban Underground Interchange Tunnel Group

Academic Editor: Gan Feng
Received05 Mar 2021
Revised03 Apr 2021
Accepted16 Apr 2021
Published29 Apr 2021

Abstract

Highway tunnel group has the characteristics of large span and small spacing, and the load distribution characteristics of surrounding rock between each tunnel section are complex. Based on geological prospecting data and numerical analysis software, the stress distribution characteristics along the characteristic section and the profile of the tunnel group were obtained. Taking Shenzhen Nanlong complex interchange tunnel group project as an example, the results show that (1) the excavation area of Qiaocheng main tunnel gradient section is large, and the grade of surrounding rock is poor, which leads to the phenomenon of large-area stress concentration on the right wall of this section. (2) The tunnels in the joint construction section of the tunnel group belong to the stress concentration area, and the influence of the right line excavation of Qiaocheng on the stability of the main tunnel of the right line of Baopeng is greater than that of the main tunnel of the left line of Baopeng. (3) The stress concentration of surrounding rock in the intersection section between the main tunnel and the ramp is caused by the too small distance between the main tunnel and the ramp of Baopeng. (4) The distance between the partitions in the K3 + 240 multiarch section of Qiaocheng is an important factor affecting the stability of the surrounding rock of the cave.

1. Introduction

In recent years, with the continuous acceleration of urbanization in my country, the scale of urban rail transit network has increased sharply, and the proportion of urban underground traffic has increased. Among them, urban underground expressways can effectively alleviate urban ground traffic congestion without occupying the urban surface. Among them, urban underground expressway is a transportation infrastructure which can effectively alleviate urban ground traffic congestion, does not occupy urban ground construction land, is beneficial to urban environmental protection, and has completely feasible engineering technology and national defense function. Numerical simulation methods based on computer technology can more comprehensively consider various factors affecting the stress of surrounding rock during tunnel excavation so as to simulate the process of tunnel excavation more realistically. Numerical simulation is more and more widely used in the simulation of tunnel excavation process and analysis and study of surrounding rock stress.

Many scholars at home and abroad have conducted a large number of studies on tunnels with complex geological conditions through 3D simulation software. Ngoc-AnhDoden and colleagues used FLAC3D finite difference code to conduct numerical studies, which made it possible to use full three-dimensional simulation to predict the impact between tunnels. In the full three-dimensional simulation, most of the elements of the mechanized tunneling process have been modeled [1]. Zhu et al. used physical model experiments and different numerical simulation software such as FLAC3D, FPC, and 3DEC to study the safety mining depth of the antidip bedding slope and the failure mechanism of the excavated slope [25]. Li et al. based on the fully coupled hydraulic mechanics model, numerical simulation and analysis of the boundary conditions of the rock constant normal stiffness were carried out [6]. Wang et al. used servo control GCTS 2000 rock mechanics system combined with test X-ray computed tomography (CT) scan to study the fracture evolution and energy characteristics of rock mass under fatigue cyclic loading [7]. Meng et al. used numerical simulation software to model heterogeneous materials with complex microstructures, which has broad application prospects in the field of mechanical properties analysis of heterogeneous materials [8]. Qu et al. and colleagues used a three-dimensional finite element numerical simulation method to study the mechanical behavior of the primary lining structure for the large cross-sectional tunnels of Gongti North Road Station of Beijing Metro Line 10 [9, 10]. Zhang et al. and colleagues used Changsha Rail Transit 3. The construction of the shield tunnel of the line number line adjacent to the large-section mining method tunnel is the engineering support. Aiming at the muddy siltstone formation, the FLAC3D numerical simulation and model test are used to study the influence law of the shield tunnel adjacent to the mining method tunnel construction, and based on the surface settlement, the criterion proposes the impact zoning [11]. Bai et al. applied FLAC3D computing software to Suzhou Street Station of Beijing Metro Line 10, which is a complex station with large difference in stratum mechanical properties, to optimize the excavation construction scheme, simulate the dynamic construction process, and analyze the deformation and ground settlement of soil around the underground excavation station in each construction step [12]. Yu et al. and colleagues based on the Songshan Lake tunnel underpassing the building section of the Guanhui Intercity Railway, through FLAC3D numerical simulation analysis, obtained the deformation law of the tunnel surrounding rock, And on this basis, the influence of tunnel excavation on the deformation of surface buildings is analyzed [13]. Wang et al. relied on the Hongling Middle Road-Laojie-Shaibu Section of Shenzhen Metro Line 3 to study the overlapping tunnel project and established a FLAC3D three-dimensional simulation method that can fully reflect the entire process of shield tunneling [14]. Zhang et al. took the short-distance overlap tunnel shield construction of the Pudongnan Road Station-Nanpu Bridge Station interval of the Shanghai Rail Transit Pearl Line Phase II Project as the research object. The stress and deformation of the old tunnel lining caused by the shield construction of the tunnel were simulated [15]. Huang and Zhang used the FLAC3D nonlinear large-deformation program to numerically simulate the three-dimensional deformation law of the ground caused by the four-step bench method construction of the overlapped tunnel by using the FLAC3D nonlinear large-deformation program [16]. Zhang et al. took the large-span, small-spacing Foyangling tunnel construction of Binlai Expressway as an example and analyzed the mechanical mechanism of large-span and small-spacing highway tunnel construction through field monitoring data comparison verification and FLAC3D numerical simulation analysis. The fast Lagrangian analysis of the continuum is used in the three-dimensional numerical simulation software to eliminate the stress and strain of the tunnel and surrounding rock [17, 18].

The construction environment of the Nanlong compound interchange tunnel group is complicated, and it is a rare complex large-span subway tunnel project in China. In order to ensure the smooth progress of the project, the finite difference software FLAC3D was used to model the tunnel group in a proportional manner, and the stress concentration value and the stress concentration influence range of each characteristic section of the tunnel group were calibrated, and the stability of the surrounding rock of each characteristic section of the tunnel group was carried out. The analysis provides references for numerical modeling of highway tunnel groups with similar engineering backgrounds.

2. Distributed Sensing

The Shenzhen Nanlong Composite Overpass Tunnel Group starts from Fulong Road in the north and connects with Baopeng Passage and the north extension of Shahe East Road. It runs in the north-south and east-west directions. The 4 main tunnels are connected by 4 ramps. The spatial position relationship is shown in Figure 1. As shown, the length of the Qiaocheng main tunnel is 1100 m, the distance between the left and right lines is 43 m, the buried depth is 65 m to 71 m, the excavation width of the standard section is 16 m, the expressway standard is adopted, the main line has 6 lanes in both directions, and the design speed is 60–80 km/h. The whole section is located in four types of stratum: plain fill, moderately weathered granite, soil blocky granite, and slightly weathered granite; K3 + 100 to K3 + 500 are large-span transition sections, with a maximum excavation span of 32 m and a height of 19.2 m. The largest section of tunnel excavation in the world. The Baopeng main tunnel is 1300 m long, the distance between the left and right lines is 45m, and the buried depth is 70 m to 90 m. The excavation width is the same as that of the Qiaocheng main tunnel. The design speed is 60∼80 km/h, with 6∼8 lanes in both directions. In the granite formation, the excavation span of the 4 ramps is 7 m and the height is 7.8 m. The whole section of the tunnel group adopts the mining method.

3. Numerical Calculation Model Construction

3.1. Numerical Model Size and Boundary Conditions

Based on the geological exploration data and considering the size effect of the tunnel excavation, the finite difference software FLAC3D is used to model the tunnel group and the local layer. The left and right boundaries of the Qiaocheng main tunnel are calculated to be 450 m, and the bottom boundary of the tunnel to the lower boundary of the model is 120 m. Baopeng tunnel deflection is ∠15° from north to south in the section K0 + 650 to K1 + 100. The left and right boundary of the model in the section K0 + 650 to K1 + 100 are 550 m, the left boundary of the model in the section K1 + 100 to K1 + 500 is 250 m, the right boundary is 850 m, and from the bottom of Baopeng main tunnel, the lower boundary of the model is 130 m, as shown in Figure 2. The stratum is divided into plain fill, moderately weathered granite, soil block granite, and slightly weathered granite from top to bottom. The Mohr–Coulomb elastoplastic constitutive model that characterizes the shear failure of rock and soil is selected [11]. The physical and mechanical calculation parameters of each layer are shown in the Table 1. As shown in1, the calculation model size is as follows: length × width × height = 1281 m × 1105 m × 198 m, as shown in Figure 3. The normal direction displacement conditions of the front, back, left, right, and bottom of the model are set to rigid constraints, and the top of the model is set to a free surface. The model is modeled with a hexahedral mesh, which is divided into 3.5 million elements and 530000 nodes.


StrataElastic modulus (GPa)Poisson’s ratioTensile strength (MPa)Cohesion (MPa)Internal friction angle (°)Density (Kg/m3)

Plain fill0.30.270.0250.25281950
Moderately weathered granite0.60.250.050.5312050
Lumpy granite50.2022422200
Slightly weathered granite250.171010552300

3.2. Analysis of the In Situ Stress Field before Excavation

As shown in Figure 4, the tectonic stress field of the original formation is evenly distributed, there is no obvious stress concentration area, and the vertical stress uniformly increases along the depth of the formation. The vertical stress range of the formation is 0∼26 MPa, and the larger stress area is located at the bottom of the model, which is far away from Baopeng. At about 110 m from the bottom of the tunnel, the maximum in situ stress is 26.48 MPa. The original ground stress along the tunnel is 1.2∼1.8 MPa, which is evenly distributed along the stratum.

The main tunnel of Qiaocheng is mostly located in plain fill. The Baopeng line is mostly located at the junction of moderately weathered granite and slightly weathered granite. The tectonic stress of the fill layer is lower than other geological layers, and the original tectonic stress along the Baopeng line is slightly higher, along the Overseas Chinese Town.

4. Analysis of Numerical Simulation Results

The numerical analysis software FLAC3D is used to solve the tunnel excavation program and simulate the one-off excavation of tunnel group. The analysis results of the stress field, stress concentration area, and stress concentration length along the tunnel surrounding rock are shown in Table 2.


The serial numberTypeVertical stress concentration value (MPa)Length (m)The lithology

1Qiaocheng gap—K3 + 100-3204∼630Breezy granite
2Qiaocheng gradient section—K3 + 100-5009∼12134Medium weathering/block weathering/breezy
3Qiaocheng-Baopeng joint construction section—K3 + 580-9208∼10448The weathering
4Qiaocheng left line gap—K3 + 860-K4 + 505.2∼7.472.9Moderate weathering/breezing
5Qiaocheng right line and Baopeng ramp interchange—K0 + 840-K1 + 2010.5∼22.39.9Moderate weathering/breezing
6Baopeng right line gap—K18 + 580-7801.8∼2.4536Moderate weathering
7Baopeng right line gap—K19 + 120-9204.9∼9.794.3Moderate weathering/lump weathering/slight weathering
8Baopeng right line gap—K19 + 320-5801.9∼3.2594Plain fill

4.1. Analysis of the Stress Field along the Long-Span Transition Section

The mileage of the Qiaocheng transition section is K3 + 350 to K3 + 600, which is located on the right line of the Qiaocheng main tunnel, as shown in Figure 5. The left- and right-side walls of the tunnel are located in three strata, whose cross-section excavation length is large. The top of the tunnel is located in the plain soil, and the bottom of the tunnel is located in the breezed granite bottom. As shown in Figure 6(a), the stress concentration value of surrounding rock of the tunnel vault and invert is lower than the left- and right-side walls, the stress concentration value of the left- and right-side walls of the tunnel is 12 MPa, and the stress concentration value of the vault is 1 MPa. As shown in Figure 6(b), the distance between the large-span transition section and the right tunnel is 24 m, and the distance from the left ramp is 7 m. Under the condition of one-time excavation of the simulated tunnel, the distance between the transition section and the ramp is less than that of the right side. The distance between chambers, ramp excavation has higher disturbance on the left-side wall of the long-span section than on the right, the stress concentration value of the left-side wall of the tunnel is 12 MPa, which is much higher than the stress concentration value of the right-side wall of 6 MPa, and the influence length along the left-side wall of the transition section is 134 m and the height is 13 m, as shown in Figure 6(c).

4.2. Analysis of Stress Field along the Co-Construction Section of the Tunnel Group

The joint construction section of the tunnel group is shown in Figure 7. The distance to the main tunnel of Qiaocheng is 40 m, the distance to the main tunnel of Baopeng is 45 m, and the distance between the roof and floor of the upper and lower tunnels is 5 m. As shown in Figure 8(a), the main tunnel in the joint construction section of Qiaocheng is located in the strata of weathered granite, massive Fenghua granite and breezed granite, and the surrounding rock is of poor grade. Therefore, the vertical stress concentration value of the main tunnel on the right line of Qiaocheng is 8 MPa to 10 MPa, which is higher than that of Baopeng main tunnel. The stress peak is located at mileage K3 + 760. As shown in Figure 8(b), the Baopeng line in this section is located in a kind of stratum, and the vertical stress along the line concentrates with a length of 75 m and a height of 5 m.

4.3. Stress Field Analysis of Intersection of Qiaocheng Right Line and Baopeng Ramp

The mile number of the intersection section of the right ramp of Qiaocheng and Baopeng is K0 + 840 to K1 + 20, and the two ramps intersect at K0 + 920, as shown in Figure 9. This section is located in the breezed granite stratum, and the stress concentration values of the surrounding rocks of the vault and invert of the two ramps are slightly lower than those of the left- and right-side walls. As shown in Figure 10, the width of the ramp is 7.47 m, and the vertical stress concentration value increases from the two ramps to the middle. As shown in Figure 10(a), the vertical stress concentration ranges from 10.5 to 22.3 MPa, and the peak value of 22.3 MPa is reached in the tunnel at the intersection of K0 + 920. As shown in Figure 10(b), the radius of the ramp on the right line of Qiaocheng is 14.8 m larger than that of Baopeng, 12.2 m. Therefore, the location of the peak is closer to the right line of Qiaocheng. The stress concentration length along the ramp of the right line of Qiaocheng is 9.9 m.

4.4. Analysis of Stress Field along Qiaocheng Arch Section

As shown in Figure 11, the tunnel at section K3 + 100-320 of Niubi, Qiaocheng, is located in the bottom layer of breezed granite. The tunnel radius of the double-arch section is 32.6 m, the tunnel radius of the left and right lines is 10.7 m and 14.7 m, respectively, and the length of the double-arch section is 6m, as shown in Figure 12(a). The stress concentration values of the surrounding rocks of the two tunnels along the left and right lines and the side walls of the Great Arch section are higher than those of the tunnel vault and the invert section. The vertical stress concentration values range from 4 to 6 MPa and the stress concentration length is 30 m, among which the stress concentration value of the left wall of the Great Arch section is 4.2 MPa. In the tunnel, the stress field is concentrated, with the maximum stress of 6 MPa, concentrated at the middle partition wall, as shown in Figure 12(b).

5. Numerical Model Feature Profile Analysis

Based on the vertical stress field analysis along the tunnel, the positions of stress concentration values along the tunnel were calibrated for profile analysis. The characteristic profile analysis results of each tunnel section are shown in Table 3.


The serial numberPositionConcentration value (MPa)The lithology

1Baopeng gap—K19 + 6001.5Plain fill
2Baopeng ramp—K0 + 7002.7Plain fill/moderately weathered granite
3Baopeng gap—K19 + 4802.3∼3Plain fill
4Qiaocheng-Baopeng ramp interchange—K0 + 92023.8Slightly weathered granite
5Qiaocheng-Baopeng tunnel group—K3 + 7608∼10Plain fill/moderately weathered granite /massive weathered granite/slightly weathered granite
6Qiaocheng long-span J4 gradient section -K3 + 5608∼9Plain fill/moderately weathered granite /massive weathered granite/slightly weathered granite
7Baopeng gap—K19 + 0002.3∼2.4Plain fill
8Baopeng gap—K18 + 7202∼3Plain fill
9Qiaocheng gap—K3 + 2404.5∼5.6Slightly weathered granite

5.1. Analysis of Profile Stress Field in Long-Span Gradient Section

Based on the stress field analysis along the gradient section, it is believed that the ramp excavation has the greatest influence on the stability of the surrounding rock on the left side of the tunnel. The nearest point between the long-span gradient section and the ramp is K3 + 600, and the characteristic profile is made along the tunnel lateral with the nearest point as the center, as shown in Figure 13.

The stress concentration value on the right wall of the gradient section is 5 MPa to 9.5 MPa, with an impact depth of 6 m and a height of 7.5 m, as shown in Figure 13. There is no stress concentration area in the rock mass between the transition section and the right tunnel, which indicates that the excavation of the right tunnel will not have a significant impact on the stability of the surrounding rock in the long-span section. The stress concentration on the right-side wall of the gradient section is due to its location in soil block granite and slightly weathered stratum, which leads to low strength of surrounding rock and poor bearing capacity. As shown in Figure 14, the stress concentration value of the left wall of the long-span section ranges from 3.7 MPa to 8.2 MPa, with an impact depth of 7 m and a height of 8 m, and it is connected with the stress affected area on the left ramp. According to the analysis of the stress influence range of the left- and right-side walls of the ramp, the stress influence range of the right side of the ramp is much larger than that of the left side, which indicates that the stress concentration phenomenon of the left wall in the long-span gradual change section is caused by the strong disturbance of the rock mass between the tunnels caused by the excavation of the ramp.

5.2. Analysis of Section Stress Field in the Joint Construction Section

In section K3 + 760 of the tunnel group, the main tunnels of Qiaocheng and Baopeng were built at the same time. The spatial position relationship of each tunnel is shown in Figure 15. The main tunnel of Qiaocheng left line is located in the plain land reclamation layer, and the tunnel excavation did not produce strong disturbance to the surrounding rock of the chamber, and the main tunnel of Qiaocheng left line did not produce stress concentration. Lines to overseas Chinese town at the right around the ramp are less than the distance to the double-hole diameter. There are 4 tunnels between the rock mass in large area of stress concentration phenomenon, 8 MPa to 4.8 MPa to stress concentration values, including: (1) Overseas Chinese town right line main tunnel hence meets the ramp respectively in three kinds of formation, the tunnel between the bearing capacity of surrounding rock is weak, leading to line the main tunnel right; then, the left ramp excavation wall stress concentration occurred at 8 MPa. (2) The main tunnel on the right side of Qiaocheng and the main tunnels on the left and right sides of Baopeng are all in the same stratum, and their surrounding rock mechanical properties are the same. The stress sharing ratio between the surrounding rock of Baopeng left and right line due to the excavation of Qiaocheng tunnel is solved, after balance calculation, the stress bearing of the rock between Qiaocheng and the left side of Baopeng is 0.85 times that of the right side, as shown in Figure 16. Baopeng right line stress concentration value is 8MPa, the stress concentration value of the left Baopeng line is 6.5MPa, which is 0.7 times that of the right line, basically in line with the calculation model. It shows that the excavation of Qiaocheng right line in the joint construction section has more influence on the stability of the main tunnel of Baopeng right line than on the main tunnel of Baopeng left line. (3) The stress-affected zones between the co-construction section chambers are connected to each other, so it is suggested to adjust the co-construction section location or adopt the method of strengthening support to improve the overall stability of the tunnel group.

5.3. Analysis of Profile Stress Field at the Intersection of the Right Line of Qiaocheng and Baopeng Ramp

As shown in Figure 17, the section is located at K0 + 920 at the intersection of the main tunnel on the right line of Qiaocheng and Baopeng ramp. This section of tunnel is located in the breezed granite stratum, and the excavation of the left and right chambers in the intersection section has no influence on the stability of surrounding rock. The distance between the main tunnel of Qiaocheng and the left- and right-side walls of Baopeng ramp is too small, resulting in the stress concentration phenomenon in the middle surrounding rock, as shown in Figure 18. The peak stress is 23.5 MPa, and the influence height is 6 m. The influence depth of the right wall and the left wall of the ramp of Qiaocheng main tunnel are 4.5 m and 3.5 m, respectively, and the influence height is 6 m. The vertical stress value of the surrounding rock is 4.8–5 MPa, and the distance between the two caves is 0.6 m. In order to prevent the surrounding rock from being disturbed and unstable by the excavation of the near tunnel, it is suggested to strengthen the side wall support.

5.4. Analysis of Cross-Sectional Stress Field of Qiaocheng Multiarch Section

The section is located in the K3 + 240 multiarch section of Qiaocheng, as shown in Figure 19. The designed width of the middle partition is 6 m. Under the simulated one-time excavation condition, the vertical stress of the middle partition wall of the multiarch between the main tunnel and the ramp is 2.1 MPa–5.6 MPa, the influence width is 6 m, and the height is 25 m, as shown in Figure 20. The stress value higher ramp area is located in the middle of ZhuSui wall on the left and the right central wall; stress values were 5.6 MPa and 5.4 MPa, because even the arch section of weathered granite strata in the breeze, stratum lithology, the vertical stress concentration will affect the stability of middle wall rock needed for sample analysis of rock mass, to do judgment.

The width of vertical stress of surrounding rock on the right wall of the main tunnel and the left wall of the ramp is 7 m and the height is 25 m, which is roughly the same as the influence range of the middle partition wall. The distance between the main tunnel and the ramp is small, and the stability of surrounding rock adjacent to the chamber is disturbed due to tunnel excavation, so the stress concentration of the middle partition wall of the multiarch is higher than that of the left- and right-side walls.

6. Conclusions

The stress field analysis results of each characteristic section of the tunnel group are as follows:(1)The excavation of the adjacent ramp on the left side of Qiaocheng long-span gradual change section of the tunnel group affects the stability of surrounding rock between tunnels, resulting in the stress concentration of the rock mass on the left wall. The surrounding rock mass on the right side wall of the tunnel is located in different strata, and its own bearing capacity is poor.(2)The stability of surrounding rock between the main tunnel on the right line of Qiaocheng and the ramp is poor. The distance between the tunnels is less than 1 times that of the tunnel, resulting in the stress concentration value of 8 MPa in the surrounding rock between the tunnels. The stress ratio of surrounding rock of the main tunnel of Qiaocheng right line and the main tunnel of Baopeng left and right lines is unevenly distributed, and the stress of the rock between the right and left lines of Qiaocheng is 0.85 times that of the right line of Baopeng.(3)Excavation of the right and left chambers at the intersection of the right line of Qiaocheng and Baopeng ramp has no effect on the stability of surrounding rock. The stress concentration of surrounding rock in the middle of the intersection section is caused by the small distance between the main tunnel of Qiaocheng and the left- and right-side walls of Baopeng ramp.(4)The vertical stress concentration in the K3 + 240 multiarch section of Qiaocheng mainly occurs at the middle partition wall and the maximum excavation diameter of two tunnels, and the stress concentration value is 5.6 MPa. It is considered that the width of the middle partition is an important factor to determine the stability of the surrounding rock.

Data Availability

The data used to support the findings of this study are included within the article.

Conflicts of Interest

The authors declare that they have no conflicts of interest.

Acknowledgments

The authors gratefully acknowledge the financial support provided by the Key Special Project of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (no. 41941018), Key Laboratory of Mine Geological Hazards Mechanism and Control (no. KF2019-02), and Funding for the Special Survey Project of the Geological Environment of Typical Limestone Mines in Weibei (no. 20180205).

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